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Television PopWrapped | Television

Glee Is Releasing Some Christmas Songs After All For "Previously Unaired Christmas"

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11/12/2013 12:02 am
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Glee Is Releasing Some Christmas Songs After All For
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Bec Heim

Managing Editor

Glee isn't releasing a Christmas album this year. They will be, however, releasing some Christmas songs for episode eight of season five, "Previously Unaired Christmas." What we know of the episode is that Santana, Rachel, and Kurt will be dressed as elves and singing at a mall. Now just what will they be singing? Well we can give you a better idea of what. Walmart has posted a preorder for a product they are calling Glee Christmas Album Vol. 4. Based on the length of the album with six songs, it seems to be more like an EP than a full length album. So I would expect a name change in the future. What the Walmart preorder does share however is the list of songs and who will be singing them. Now not all of the songs on the list are Christmas songs, but the majority are. The songs are as follows: 1. "Here Comes Santa Clause"  by Gene Autry sung by Rachel Berry, Kurt Hummel, and Santana Lopez 2. "Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree" by Brenda Lee sung by New Directions 3. "Mary's Boy Child" by Jester Hairston sung by Marley Rose, Tina Cohen-Chang, and Unique Adams 4. "The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don't Be Late)" by Alvin and the Chipmunks sung by Rachel Berry, Santana Lopez, Kurt Hummel, and Cody 5. "Love Child" by The Supremes sung by Marley Rose, Tina Cohen-Chang, and Unique Adams 6. "Away In The Manger" (Traditional Song) sung by Rachel Berry, Kurt Hummel, Santana Lopez and New Directions For those of you wondering: Cody, according to TVLine, is going to be an "an extremely handsome and charming manipulator who, curiously, will not be doing any singing or dancing." If this track listing is correct, then it sounds like Cody may indeed be doing some singing in the near future. Also yes Virginia, there will be no Klaine duet this year. Also according to people at the Burbank Mall, where the Kurt, Santana, and Rachel elves were spotted, here was a rumored sighting of Demi Lovato. So Dani may be making an appearance in the upcoming episode as well. (Is anyone else really hoping they're going to extend her episode contract/arc? Please?) So it definitely sounds like even without a full length Christmas album, the traditional Klaine duet, or it being anywhere near Christmas in the timeline of the show there is going to be some Christmas cheer coming from Glee this holiday season.


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